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County hosting teacher recruitment fair on Feb. 23

The Contra Costa County Office of Education (CCCOE) is set to hold its annual Teacher/Certificated Staff Recruitment Fair on Saturday, Feb. 23. The free event will run from 9...
College district waiving parking permit fees for Fall semester

Register for the West Contra Costa Career Fair

Mark your calendars for a significant career fair coming to Contra Costa College on March 20. The West Contra Costa Career Fair will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the college campus at...

Career-seekers invited to pre-apprenticeship program

West Contra Costa residents are invited to participate in an 8-week pre-apprenticeship program in Marin City that provides direct entry into a lucrative construction career. The Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) Construction Trades Pre-Apprenticeship...

Over 10 employers to attend hiring fair in Rodeo Wednesday

Local job seekers are encouraged to attend a hiring fair in Rodeo on Wednesday, Jan. 23. Over 10 employers in various industries will attend the fair from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the New...
Water Safety Day coming to Richmond Swim Center

Want to be a lifeguard? Training offered in Richmond

Want to be a lifeguard this summer -- or even year round? Registration has opened for the next Lifeguard course offered by the City of Richmond. Classes will be held the weekends of Feb. 8 through...

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Richmond firefighters battle two home fires within a two-hour period

Richmond firefighters responded to two destructive fires to homes Monday evening, and thankfully no injuries were reported. The first fire was reported at 6 p.m....
Black History Month event to honor Richmond sports icons

Black History Month event to honor Richmond sports and recreation icons

By Kathy Chouteau The Richmond Public Library is honoring the City’s early Black sports and recreation leaders during a Black History Month video tribute event...
The stipend is tax-deductible since it’s a scholarship.

Project SEED seeks students ready to plant scientific roots

By Kathy Chouteau Project SEED, a paid summer fellowship program of the ACS (American Chemical Society), is looking for high school students interested in chemistry/science...